Last updated 5 days ago
Many people wait to visit a medical spa for injectable fillers until they’ve already developed moderate or deep wrinkles and facial folds. In fact, you can maintain your youthful appearance by working with an aesthetic medicine physician earlier in life. The physician can evaluate your face, determine your unique needs, and offer recommendations for the type of filler that’s right for you. Exploring cosmetic medicine early in life allows for more subtle results.
When you watch this video, you’ll hear more about the benefits of working with an aesthetic medicine physician early in life. This professional explains how doctors can evaluate your needs and how many people use injectable fillers to avoid cosmetic surgery.
Michele A. Finley, M.D. personally performs all injectable filler procedures in her medical spa. If you’re looking for a personalized medical spa experience, call our office at (317) 571-9966.
Last updated 12 days ago
Sculptra Aesthetic is a revolutionary type of injectable filler, also known as a dermal filler. Sculptra works by rebuilding the foundation of collagen beneath your skin to plump up your face and correct problem areas such as wrinkles. If you’re concerned about how wrinkles could be detracting from your appearance, consider visiting a medical spa and talking to an aesthetic medicine physician about Sculptra Aesthetic.
Only an aesthetic medicine physician can tell you if you’re a good candidate for Sculptra Aesthetic; however, many people are. Let the physician know of your medical history, including any reactions you may have previously had to any ingredients in Sculptra. If you have a personal history of hypertrophic scarring or keloid formation, talk to your physician about alternative treatments for your wrinkles.
Sculptra can correct a wide range of wrinkles and facial folds, from shallow to deep. It’s indicated for injection into the nasolabial folds, which are the folds between your mouth and your nose. You may have heard these folds referred to as smile lines. Sculptra can also correct wrinkles on the chin area and the lines around your mouth, known as marionette lines. If you wish to correct wrinkles in your eye area in addition to wrinkles in the mouth area, your physician might recommend another type of injectable filler in addition to your Sculptra treatment.
This type of injectable filler offers unique benefits. It is particularly ideal for individuals who prefer very subtle, discreet results. Since Sculptra works over a period of months to gradually restore collagen and fill in wrinkles, it’s much less obvious that you’ve had treatments at a medical spa. The biocompatible material in Sculptra offers completely natural-looking results that can last longer than two years.
The medical spa of Michele A. Finley, M.D. is pleased to offer an array of effective injectable fillers, including Sculptra Aesthetic. To learn whether you could be a good candidate for this type of injectable filler, schedule a consultation by calling (317) 571-9966. We also encourage you to explore our website for more information about cosmetic medicine.
Last updated 19 days ago
With multiple injectable fillers available, how do you know which one is right for you? Many fillers have their advantages, but if you want fast, natural-looking, and safe results, you might want to consider Restylane. This injectable filler provides comprehensive benefits for patients seeking relief from wrinkles and other aging complications.
Restylane mimics naturally occurring bodily chemicals.
When deciding from among the numerous injectable fillers on the market, many patients gravitate toward Restylane. This filler is notable for its chemical makeup, which contains hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a substance that young skin creates to help it remain soft and wrinkle-free. Time decreases hyaluronic acid production, leaving the skin loose and prone to wrinkles and folds. Restylane provides one of the safest methods of wrinkle treatment, as the body can gradually absorb its hyaluronic content with no adverse side effects.
Restylane can restore a more youthful appearance.
Facial folds, especially those around the mouth, can make sufferers look years older than their actual age. It can also contribute to a chronically fatigued appearance. Restylane can restore the look of smooth facial skin by filling in the folds that develop around the mouth region. Eligible patients can use Restylane as well for lip concerns. Aging can make the lips appear thin and creased. With a single application of Restylane, the lips can regain a plump and youthful appearance.
Restylane can provide long-lasting results.
One of the reasons why so many people look to Restylane to alleviate their cosmetic concerns is because it can provide long-term benefits. While some injectable options may necessitate follow-up appointments every couple of months, individuals who receive Restylane can often enjoy their enhanced skin for approximately a half-year before additional treatment is necessary.
Let Michele A. Finley M.D. Cosmetic Medicine help you determine which injectable filler can best treat your fine lines, folds, and wrinkles. Our Carmel office provides an extensive range of cosmetic services that aim to correct the unwanted facial changes that time and the environment can produce. To book an appointment with Dr. Finley, call (317) 571-9966 today.